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  1. They're only "provided", because the errors are not currently handled properly within the application. Arguably, I should never receive an unhandled error. This isn't constructive... yes I could do a hundred other things... also, I've already given up on the idea of a custom (my own) [pdn:protocol], there's no point based on how Paint.Net currently parses the first argument anyway... and if @Rick Brewster decides that his [paintdotnet:protocol] is going to be only 'command-line', then it is what it is, it's his software. I move on, and either work around the existing l
  2. @Rick Brewster I would greatly appreciate it if you would take the time to look at my reply: ... the biggest discrepancy, is that in my original post & subsequent documentation, my use case is "<using a> custom uri to launch pdn files from a web browser (chrome)" The protocol you suggest, and in the link (paintdotnet: protocol) provided by @Ego Eram Reputo was designed to be "used to launch the app with command-line parameters" ... but I'm not launching from the command line. Web pages and web links don't permit un-encoded spaces and/or quotes (" " or ' ') sur
  3. @Ego Eram Reputo ... I looked at your link, and I don't believe it directly relates ... <html> <body> <!-- This works ... --> <p><a href="paintdotnet:C:/!Geo/Galaxy_CaelSpiral.pdn">Protocol PaintDotNet</a></p> <!-- This does not work ... --> <p><a href='paintdotnet:"D:/!Geo/Test Me Spaces/Galaxy_ValdayDrift.pdn"''>Protocol PaintDotNet w Spaces</a></p> <!-- When passed to the Paint.Net program, Paint.Net is receiving the following as an argument:
  4. I was creating my own protocol, because I didn't know there was a built-in paintdotnet: protocol (ironically, I did check for a pdn: protocol, but I didn't think that you would write it out... 😊) @Rick Brewster ... I just tried as you suggested, and with a little bit of trial & error (since I didn't have the passed path in the error messages <as described above>), I discovered the following format would work: paintdotnet:C:/!Geo/Galaxy_CaelSpiral.pdn paintdotnet:D:/!Geo/Galaxy_StarValleyReach.pdn ... that being said, the programmer in me then decided to
  5. Hello, I'm creating a custom uri to launch pdn files from a web browser (chrome), but when I do I receive the following error message: Application version: paint.net 4.2.10 System.NotSupportedException: The given path's format is not supported. at System.Security.Permissions.FileIOPermission.EmulateFileIOPermissionChecks(String fullPath) at System.IO.FileStream.Init(String path, FileMode mode, FileAccess access, Int32 rights, Boolean useRights, FileShare share, Int32 bufferSize, FileOptions options, SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES secAttrs, String msgPath, Boolean bFromProxy,
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